The San Diego County Childhood Obesity Initiative is a public-private partnership with the mission of reducing and preventing childhood obesity through policy, systems, and environmental change.
The Initiative was formed to assure effective implementation of
the strategies outlined in the Call
to Action: San Diego County Childhood Obesity Action Plan, a
comprehensive plan for ending childhood obesity in San Diego County
through policy and environmental changes in the seven most
influential domains in creating healthy environments:
The Initiative has established active workgroups in each domain
to develop, leverage, and replicate best practices and resources
throughout San Diego County and shape a healthy future.
CHIP IS HIRING A PROJECT DIRECTOR!
CHIP is hiring a project director for the Chula Vista Healthy
Start Collaborative. This project, funded by the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), will create healthy food and
physical activity environments for Latino children aged 0-5 in the
community of Western Chula Vista. The director will oversee all
aspects of the project including project management, planning and
implementation; public and community relations; partner and
contractor relations; project staff; fundraising; evaluation
activities; and contract management. Click
here for more information.
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